Rolwaling trek offers extraordinary perspective of Himalayas that lies along the north-eastern side of the finger arrive and that extends into Tibet toward the north-east of the Kathmandu – Kodari – Lhasa roadway. It shapes the northern fringe of a wild, wonderful and only from time to time frequented valley underneath a string of somewhere in the range of 50 tops all more than 6000m. It is delegated by the twofold pinnacles of Gaurishankar (7,145m/23,475ft) on the outskirt and the pinnacles of Melungtse I (7181m) and II (7023m) in Tibet.
Rolwaling valley trek contains a few little towns, the biggest at Beding, and is encouraged by the Rolwaling Khola and its various tributaries. In 2010 this region was proclaimed a preservation territory, known as the Gaurishankar Conservation Area: covering 2179 square Kilometers. It is home to somewhere in the range of 58 000 individuals, the biggest gathering being Tamangs trailed by Sherpas and Chhetris.
Our 18 days Rolwaling trek starts with a grand drive along the 106km kinship roadway towards east of Kathmandu,through wonderful landscape towards the bordertown. After another 50km, at Khadichur, we leave the principle roadway to movement eastwards to the extent the transport end at Charikot Dolakha.
From here our trail undulates, frequently steeply, between wide edges and waterway intersections to interface beautiful Chhetri, Sherpa and Tamang towns. There are various suspension connects crosswise over amazing canyons that abbreviate the trips. The way goes through antiquated rhododendron, oak and pine timberlands blended with terraced fields around the towns. From the highest point of the Daldung La (3900m) there could be brilliant perspectives of Gaurishankar and its satellite pinnacles.
Past Na, the last kharka (summer touching town) is the glorious Tsho Rolpa, an ice lake held behind its terminal moraine. There is not kidding worry that with environmental change expanding temperatures in the area, liquefying waters could make the moraine burst: causing devastation downstream. Work is being done to for all time dam the lake.
The plain course at that point passes the Trakarding Glacier before climbing onto the Drolambau Glacier. The most elevated point on the trek is the Tashi Lapcha La (5755m) on the slants of Pachermo. It is one of Nepal’s most noteworthy trekking passes and ascends in a glaciated wild set among cold pinnacles including Tengi Ragi Tau (6943m), Bisphero Go Shar (6729m) and Dragkar (6793m). The plummet to the campground is steep and about 300m underneath the pass. From here, it plummets effectively into the Solu Khumbu to join the antiquated band course from Tibet that prompts the marshes by means of Namche Bazaar. The trek closes at Lukla and a trip back to Kathmandu.
As you are picked from Tribhuwan International Airpot, Kathmandu you will be accommodated in a three-star level Hotel with Bed and Breakfast. We accommodate on the basis of twin shared room. A single room can be also accommodated upon your request. Your room will be facilitated with the attached restrooms in Kathmandu. During the Trekking premises, in some places, they only have a shared washroom and restroom. As you reach higher elevation single rooms may be difficult to manage.
During our Trek Authentic Nepali food is available and more common. You will also get international Cuisine such as Continental, Italian, Indian, etc. Breakfast-Dinner will be served as per lodge menu where we stay overnight. Lunch will be served on the trail of the Next destination. During Trek, all meals will be provided whereas, only breakfast is served in Kathmandu. Sherpa Himalaya will serve you special last day dinner.
This Trek is a moderate level Trek. You will be walking for 6-7 hours a day on average. We will face the steep hill, cross steep, hilly terrain, etc. We will be heading mostly uphill where we will face an average of 4000m altitude change. You will be given acclimatization day in between the trail so that you will not face altitude sickness. If you have strong determination and hope in yourself then this Trek will not be that difficult.
If you have done any Trek before it will be your skill but you don’t require pre-experience or any training for this Trek. If you have any health problems it would be better if you consult with a doctor before your visit and give the details to Sherpa Himalaya so that we could customize your trip as per your body requirement.
Weather in Nepal is quite favorable. For trekking we have two peak season; Spring & Autumn. Autumn season starts from September to November whereas Spring season starts from March to May. Besides these two seasons, you can visit Nepal in other months too but it is quite cold in January and rainy in the month of July & August.
Your health safety and last destination with high-quality service is our Main priority. Your guide has the authority to bring change in itinerary, stop or cancel any part of your itinerary if it is very necessary due to safety concerns. However, these kinds of problems rarely arise. Our effort will be to follow our given itinerary. Weather conditions, health problems or any natural disaster and flight cancellation due to bad weather in the mountain may bring change in itinerary.